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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments is one of the most underrated games of the PlayStation 4’s early days. Its blend of personality, detective work, and hard-hitting conclusions should have taken the title much further than it did during a lacklustre 2014. That magic touch was most definitely lost on its open...
How to get the three endings
How do you unlock all of the endings in The Sinking City? Frogwares' latest detective experience features a number of key decisions and choices you'll have to make throughout each and every case, and so wondering how they affect the ending you'll receive is an incredibly common thought. Ponder no longer though, because...
We can't wait to get our hands on The Sinking City, so much so that these impressive gameplay trailers developer Frogwares continues to release makes the wait even tougher. Titled Rotten Reality, the latest footage goes all in on the game's Lovecraftian themes and imagery, as well as some gameplay snippets that have us very excited...
Includes extra DLC
The Sinking City may have been delayed by a couple of months to the end of June, but that hasn't put a stop to any potential it has. Developer Frogwares has just shared 12 minutes of gameplay with the world which takes us through the investigative portion of a case, as well as interviews with witnesses and suspects. It's shaping...
More time to improve the game
Originally scheduled for launch in just a few weeks on 21st March, The Sinking City has been pushed back a couple of months to the Summer. Now releasing on 27th June, the team at Frogwares states that the reason for the delay comes down to being surrounded by bigger AAA titles during an already crowded month. It's a...
Investigate your insanity
The Sinking City looks super cool. Created by Sherlock Holmes developer Frogwares, it retains many of the investigation elements of the popular franchise, but it stretches the formula over a Lovecraftian horror open world. Essentially you’ll be travelling Oakmont picking up clues, but it’ll be down to you to put...
That is not dead
It doesn’t reveal a fat lot about Frogwares’ Lovecraftian adventure game, but this cinematic trailer for The Sinking City sure sets the scene strongly. The three minute clip shows the private investigator protagonist slowly succumbing to insanity, as all manner of Cthulhu-esque creatures haunt him. It’s an awesomely unsettling...
Don't be an octopussy
Frogwares’ open world Lovecraftian love-in The Sinking City has surfaced with a disturbing debut gameplay trailer – but it may not be for the faint hearted. The game takes place in the fictional city of Oakmont in Massachusetts, and you’ll play as a detective who’s gradually going insane. It’s basically the same...
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